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"The producers like to create storylines," she explained."[Audiences] like the couple that maybe might fight a little bit, the couple that's going to flirt a little bit, the brother/sister love, and the couple that's going to do amazing choreography." As far as the process of pairing the couples, Burgess speculated that "[the producers] put all of our photos on a big board somewhere, and talk about us as people, and probably psychoanalyze us, and figure out how they can get stories out of us. We never know how they do it." While Burgess admits that it sometimes seems like the producers don't get the pairings quite right, she's been lucky with their choices for her.just hours away, ET turned to one of the show's fan-favorite pro dancers, Sharna Burgess, to spill some secrets.The fiery dancer joined ET's Lauren Zima for a candid Facebook Live chat last week, and dished all about her new partner, her dating life and her tricks to Burgess is a big fan of Jayne, whom she called "incredibly talented." "She's so wonderful and so down to Earth. The girl danced with Beyoncé." Burgess went on to explain that "everyone in the entertainment industry has had some sort of dance training at some point." She pointed out that while there are some contestants that are coming on the show with absolutely no dance experience, there are gymnasts with ballet training and pop stars with jazz training participating.She couldn't share more details about the big day because she didn't want to get in trouble with her friends, but teased that the event "will be absolutely stunning and magical and the most perfect day.From everything [I've heard], it's just going to be unbelievable." Burgess is most excited to share the big day with Murgatroyd, who has been a close friend of hers for 10 years, saying that it's "phenomenal" to watch her pal grow into a mother and bride-to-be.
She also reminded ET that she now has a "very, very scrumptious little nephew that [she] can play with." Burgess absolutely gushed over her baby "nephew," Shai Chmerkovskiy, saying, "He is perfection! He's the most beautiful blend of the two of them [Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy]. He's going to break some hearts when he's older." When it comes to Shai's parents, Burgess has nothing but praise for the way Murgatroyd and Chmerkovskiy are balancing raising their newborn with their work on the show."I think it's going to be a very special woman that eventually catches Val's eye in that way.And I think she's going to have to be a very strong woman.When the conversation turned to the controversy that Morris has faced over her casting, with some saying her dance experience (including performing backup for Beyoncé) gives her an unfair advantage on the show, Burgess disagreed with the detractors, asking, "Where is the rule that says [the contestants] can't have dance experience? Burgess told ET that she's taken this year to find herself again after years of being a "serial monogamist". " She doesn't dwell on it too much though, saying that she's a pretty good judge of character and quick to tell if someone is dating her for the wrong reasons.Burgess also joked that her single status may have played in her favor when producers were casting this season.